Taskwarrior and Timewarrior are related, and work together using an
on-modify hook script for Taskwarrior.
This script is part of the Timewarrior installation, usually at
(However, depending on your system and installation method, you might need to adjust the path to copy from.)
Simply copy it to the Taskwarrior hooks directory and make it executable:
$ cp /path/to/on-modify.timewarrior ~/.task/hooks/ $ chmod +x ~/.task/hooks/on-modify.timewarrior
Then run the Taskwarrior command
task diagnostics to check whether it was installed correctly.
It should mention
on-modify.timewarrior in the Hooks > Active section:
Hooks System: Enabled Location: /home/user/.task/hooks Active: on-modify.timewarrior (executable)
start a task in Taskwarrior, the hook script will start time tracking in Timewarrior.
The hook captures the description, project and tags of the task and passes them to Timewarrior as tags.
It triggers for any command that modifies the
start property of a task.
It also picks up any modifications the aforementioned properties on the tracked task and updates the tracked task in Timewarrior accordingly.
When the task is
stopped, or completed, the hook script will stop time tracking in Timewarrior.
The hook script is open source, written in Python, so feel free to inspect and adjust it to your needs.
Below you can see a usage example: create a task, start it, complete it and automatically track it.